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I've been working on my warhound titan for a few months now. Not much progress has been made due to real life getting in the way (read as uni/fiance etc etc) but when I do get a spare few hours I've been doing some work on this bad boy.
I plan for this chap to be played along side my Dark Angels and my Deathwing forces and already have a paint scheme worked out that incorporates that. Have a look:
The gold trim on the pauldrens will be the colour that goes around all the armour sections of my warhound. What do you think?
At the moment I have the legs of my warhound assembled and the vast majority of the metallics painted.I have never painted anything I have been so intimidated by before, have a look:
The leg armour sections are on to see how the metallics will look once they're on. Since these were taken they have all been under coated and I plan to use both of the eagle shin parts on the end product.
So what do you guys think so far? Some feed back would be nice.
haha thanks mate. There was me thinking you were this young dude in Sweden when all along your actually this hot Asian chic according to your avatar! Hello there...
Spent some time last night to do some work on my green shin pad. It's not 100% done yet, but the scroll is complete along with the gold lining.
Really should have put in a new layer of paint after re-applying the base coat on the scroll. I'll know for next time. I also quickly painting the back of the pad as well.
Here's a few pics on the legs.
I'm unsure how to do the eagle. I'm thinking of doing this one white, and the other (on the white side) green. But I don't know how that will work.
What do you think?
Thanks man. I've still to work out how I'm going to do the green
I know how to do it on Space Marines, but on large flat areas I have no idea.
You don't plan on going with a faded red eagle like your marine at the top? Admittedly that might not come out looking all that good... I think the white on green and green on white idea will work, though. Good luck with it!